Monday, 20 June 2016

European Grand Prix review for Motor Verso - Nico's switch of fortunes

In the oddly-monikered European Grand Prix in Baku, Azerbaijan, Mercedes was miles ahead on pace. But we all thought things would not be nearly that simple in the new circuit's tight inner-city confines. There would we thought likely be several prangs (and resultant safety car periods), while Sebastian Vettel could like in Canada take the lead off the line. But neither of these happened, so Mercedes, or rather one Mercedes, had the place to itself.

Photo: Octane Photography
It was a surprisingly tepid race, but F1, and Lewis Hamilton, found an unlikely source of drama nevertheless. A matter of switches on steering wheels. In terms of things for races to pivot on, for us all to froth over, F1 cannot be said to be predictable. Despite some immediate appearances.

I give my take on it all in my latest Motor Verso race review. You can have a read via this link: http://www.motorverso.com/european-gp-2016-review-nicos-switch-fortunes/

Do check out the Motor Verso site too; you'll find motoring news, car reviews and features - the team on the site carry out week-long test drives of the latest cars - as well as photos and videos of the machines.

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